Assessing the impact of chemical pollution on benthic invertebrates from three different European rivers using a weight-of-evidence approach

Wolfram G, Höss S, Orendt C, Schmitt C, Adamek Z, Bandow N, Großschartner M, Kukkonen JVK, Leloup V, Lopez Doval JC, Munoz I, et al. (2012)
The Science of the Total Environment 438: 498-509.

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Wolfram G, Höss S, Orendt C, et al. Assessing the impact of chemical pollution on benthic invertebrates from three different European rivers using a weight-of-evidence approach. The Science of the Total Environment. 2012;438:498-509.
Wolfram, G., Höss, S., Orendt, C., Schmitt, C., Adamek, Z., Bandow, N., Großschartner, M., et al. (2012). Assessing the impact of chemical pollution on benthic invertebrates from three different European rivers using a weight-of-evidence approach. The Science of the Total Environment, 438, 498-509.
Wolfram, G., Höss, S., Orendt, C., Schmitt, C., Adamek, Z., Bandow, N., Großschartner, M., Kukkonen, J. V. K., Leloup, V., Lopez Doval, J. C., et al. (2012). Assessing the impact of chemical pollution on benthic invertebrates from three different European rivers using a weight-of-evidence approach. The Science of the Total Environment 438, 498-509.
Wolfram, G., et al., 2012. Assessing the impact of chemical pollution on benthic invertebrates from three different European rivers using a weight-of-evidence approach. The Science of the Total Environment, 438, p 498-509.
G. Wolfram, et al., “Assessing the impact of chemical pollution on benthic invertebrates from three different European rivers using a weight-of-evidence approach”, The Science of the Total Environment, vol. 438, 2012, pp. 498-509.
Wolfram, G., Höss, S., Orendt, C., Schmitt, C., Adamek, Z., Bandow, N., Großschartner, M., Kukkonen, J.V.K., Leloup, V., Lopez Doval, J.C., Munoz, I., Traunspurger, W., Tuikka, A., van Liefferinge, C., von der Ohe, P.C., de Deckere, E.: Assessing the impact of chemical pollution on benthic invertebrates from three different European rivers using a weight-of-evidence approach. The Science of the Total Environment. 438, 498-509 (2012).
Wolfram, G., Höss, S., Orendt, C., Schmitt, C., Adamek, Z., Bandow, N., Großschartner, M., Kukkonen, J.V.K., Leloup, V., Lopez Doval, J.C., Munoz, I., Traunspurger, Walter, Tuikka, A., van Liefferinge, C., von der Ohe, P.C., and de Deckere, E. “Assessing the impact of chemical pollution on benthic invertebrates from three different European rivers using a weight-of-evidence approach”. The Science of the Total Environment 438 (2012): 498-509.
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